On June 23, there will be a series of releases on vinyl LP that vinyl fans will want to take note of.

Watch for Mercury Records to re-release five Rod Stewart titles on LP. They will include: An Old Raincoat Will Never Let You Down (1969), Gasoline Alley (1970), Every Picture Tells A Story (1971), Never A Dull Moment (1972), and Smiler (1974). For me, these represent the golden years of Rod Stewart.

Rod Stwart Every Picture Tells A Story

In addition to Rod Stewart titles coming to vinyl, there will also be the entire Cream library making its re-entry via Polydor Records, into LP. Those titles include: Fresh Cream (1966), Disraeli Gears (1967), Wheels Of Fire (1968), Goodbye (1969), Live Cream (1970), and Live Cream – Volume II (1972).



By MARowe

One thought on “Cream and Rod Stewart Titles Arrive On Vinyl in June”
  1. Nothing related to this post, specifically, but…

    I just noticed that Amazon has a listing up for a box-set of the “Decline of Western Civilization” series on both DVD and Blu-ray scheduled for a June 30 release. The Amazon listing notes that there will be a commentary by Dave Grohl. It would be great to know what other goodies might be available in this package.

    These are seminal rock “documentaries” and should be seen by any fan or historian of rock music, in all it’s incarnations.

    Just thought you’d like to know and hopefully pass on the great news that these movies will finally be available for home viewing (in the digital age).

    Three Cheers!!!

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